Thief steals boner pills from CVS

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

What a boner!

A thief pried his way into a Court Street CVS Pharmacy on Nov. 23, where he took lifetime supplies of Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and several other medications that enhance male erections.

An assortment of cigarettes, Valium, and Prozac were also removed during the 2:03 am break-in near Pacific Street — after the thief forced open the back door with a stiff piece of pipe, presumably a crowbar.

Beaten for iPhone

A pair of thugs attacked a 29-year-old — leaving him with a fractured jaw — during a brutal Nov. 26 iPhone robbery on Congress Street.

The victim was nearing Hicks Street at 6:30 pm when the suspects jumped him, cracked his jawbone with one punch, and then demanded the man’s property.

Beaten for phone

Two punks beat and kicked a 33-year-old woman until she gave up her cellphone during a violent Thanksgiving Day attack on Hamilton Avenue.

The victim was nearing W. Ninth Street at 6:30 pm when the suspects jumped her.

Fusion fleece

A crook broke into a Ford Fusion parked on Kane Street on Nov. 24, removing the vehicle’s airbag.

The 57-year-old victim left the car between Henry and Clinton streets at 7 pm before enjoying a Thanksgiving feast. When she returned at 3 pm the next afternoon, the back window had been broken and the cabin had been looted.

— Thomas Tracy

Updated 5:28 pm, July 9, 2018
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Soured from Red Hook says:
What a boner!

What, y'all trying to out-do the NY-Post on "head" lines?
Nov. 30, 2011, 7:15 pm

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